Bill Easterly has been spending some time in Ghana. In one post on his blog he extolls the virtues of the private sector at keeping lavatories clean. (However, Easterly does seem to fine some signs that aid can work in his visit to a Hunger Project site.) Apparently, a private firm — that also sells cleaning products — has taken on bathroom cleaning contracts in restaurants. Easterly doesn’t seem to think much of the restaurant he was at. But I do hope he finds some great Ghanaian food. If he has questions about what can be great, I suggest he take a look at Fran Osseo-Asare’s BetumiBlog.